DOHA, Qatar — The shortage of skilled labor dominating U.S. headlines is not widespread in other parts of the world, where there is no lack of applicants for pilots, cabin crew and maintenance personnel, industry leaders said here this week at the International Air Transport Association’s (IATA) annual general meeting. In the U.S., changes to crew scheduling regulations and to pilot scope clauses have had a material effect on the regional airline industry, which typically ...
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